I am having some issues with the preprocessing of one of our scans through fMRIPrep. Specifically, we are collecting 1 T1-weighted structural scan, 2 resting-state functional scans, 6 functional scans during a go/no-go task, 1 functional scan during the balloon analogue risk taking (BART) task, and 1 diffusion tensor imaging scan. All of our functional scans are multiband with a TR of 0.8s. I submitted all of these scans for preprocessing through fMRIPrep. This generates all the preprocessed figures on the output file for all of the scans; however, no figures or any other information are created about the BART scan in the output report at all, even though no error is thrown.
The MR acquisition parameters for all of our functional scans are identical, except the duration of each scan. Our resting-state scans last ~6min each, our go/no-go scans last ~6.5min each, and our BART scan is set to last for 20 minutes. However, the actual BART task is self-paced and is usually completed within 10 minutes, so we terminate it manually during data collection ourselves when the task is completed. We have collected data from 2 pilot subjects and 1 actual subject for now, and the BART scan has 617, 654, and 703 timepoints for the 3 subjects compared to 470-495 in our go/no-go scans and 455 in our resting-state scans.
I tried preprocessing our data after deleting all of the scans except the structural scan and the BART scan, as well as after using the fslroi command to reduce the number of timepoints of the BART scan to be identical to the number of timepoints of one of the go/no-go scans (for which the figures are successfully generated after submitting them for preprocessing through fMRIPrep) in case the scan was simply too long to preprocess (i.e., cut number of timepoints in the BART scan from 703 to the first ~470). Again, no information about the BART scan was generated in the output file, and no error was thrown.
I would appreciate your help in figuring out how to resolve this issue.